Chris Spencer

#60G,
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 308
Born:
College: Mississippi
Birth Place: Madison, Mississippi
Draft: 2005 1st round (26th pick) by the
  • Score one for Predators voices Pete Weber and Brent Peterson
    The Tennessean

    Score one for Predators voices Pete Weber and Brent Peterson

    Brent Peterson lost it a few times Monday night, starting with the call. Peterson is the Predators radio color commentator on 102.5-FM and its affiliates. Pete Weber sits next to him and does the play by play. When Calle Jarnkrok found Colton Sissons with a perfect pass and Sissons buried it – the goal that earned the Predators their first Stanley Cup Final – Weber was ready with the call. So was Peterson. “Here is Jarnkrok, across for Sissons …” Weber said, his voice rising to indicate a developing situation on the ice. “He scores!” Peterson said. “A scooooooore!” Weber said. “Oh my goodness!” Peterson said. And so on. They shared the call. Two guys who have been waiting to be involved in a

  • Tennessee Titans strive to get QB Marcus Mariota on-field work during recovery process
    UPI

    Tennessee Titans strive to get QB Marcus Mariota on-field work during recovery process

    NASHVILLE -- Marcus Mariota's recovery is ahead of schedule, say the Tennessee Titans, but it is still not complete. Still that hasn't stopped the Titans from tailoring their organized team activities to accommodate their injured quarterback as much as possible. Mariota, working his way back from surgery for a broken fibula last December, is not taking part in team drills during organized team activities, so the Titans are doing additional 7-on-7 work to allow the quarterback to work with his receivers to develop timing and to run as much as possible without putting him in harm's way. "It felt great. Four months ago, I wasn't sure if I was going to be able to participate in OTAs, and being able

  • Titans Links: "He’ll do something in practice."
    Music City Miracles

    Titans Links: "He’ll do something in practice."

    Titans Links! OTAs have begun! Whoo! whoo. Phase three of the offseason program began yesterday. It was the first of 10 OTAs scheduled. It is the beginning of things going in motion. Mularkey said this is the first time the offense and defense can compete, and that it will be good for the team to have competition on the field again. Mularkey also said he is ready to go, and the players are too. Casey says the team is where they left off last year, and that this year has a different feel than in years past. Ben Jones says the team is ready to turn things up a notch. Quick Hit: Mariota was limited at OTAs, but happy with his recovery. Wyatt gives us three quick notes from yesterday's OTAs. A year